Meaning : Child of Light, Child Of Light,
Origin : Japanese,
Pronunciation : Mee Tso Koh, mee-tsoo-ko ,
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Numerology information Mitsuko:
- Name Number: 9. Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Mitsuko:
- This female Japanese name can be found throughout Asia, although most commonly within Japanese speaking countries. When written down using Japanese characters, two are necessary, which are ‘Mitsu’ which means light and ‘Ko’ which means child. ‘Ko’ is the most common Japanese character used within names.
- From Japanese 光 (mitsu) "light" and 子 (ko) "child".
Definition funny of Mitsuko:
- dave : hey that sexy girl over there , what's her name ? John: Oh her that's mitsuko. Dave : mitsuko what a great name and unique too . John : I know i would like to have sexual intercourse with her.
Songs about Mitsuko:
- Canticle (feat. Mitsuko Kado) by Andrew York from the Album Centerpeace
- Galop (Mitsuko Ito's Arranged Version) by Mitsuko Ito & Tomoko Asai from the Album Mitsuko Ito Violin Recital Chieria Hall 2012 Live
- Kazeno Syouzyo Fantasy Music Box Originally Performed By Horie Mitsuko by Anison Fantasy from the Album Music Box Anison Fantasy Vol.31
- Mitsuko by Murder For Girls from the Album Murder For Girls
- mitsuko by Kenji Arai from the Album I wish forever
- Pray and Dance (feat. Mitsuko Kado) by Andrew York from the Album Centerpeace
- Sakura Perspectives (feat. Mitsuko Kado) by Andrew York from the Album Centerpeace
- Searching Feat. Mitsuko Koike by Nabowa from the Album DUO
- Carmen Fantasy, Op. 25 ( Mitsuko Ito's arranged version ) (feat. Tomoko Asai) by Mitsuko Ito from the Album Mitsuko Ito Violin Recital 2010 Live
Books about Mitsuko:
- Summary: Made In Japan - Akio Morita, Edwin Reingold and Mitsuko Shimomura: Akio Morita and SONY - Sep 29, 2014 by BusinessNews Publishing
- Basic Beadwork for Beginners - Jul 15, 1996 by Mitsuko Muto
- Mitsuko another person (Japanese Edition) - Jul 2, 2014 by Katsuhiro Murakoshi
- Mitsukos Restaurant: Roman (German Edition) - Mar 22, 2013 by Christoph Peters
- Performance: Richard Avedon (Pace Gallery, New York: Exhibition Catalogues) - Oct 10, 2008 by Lahr, John^Gregory, Andre^Nichols, Mike^Tharp, Twyla^Uchida, Mitsuko and Richard Avedon
- Made in Japan: Akio Morita and Sony - Oct 20, 1986 by Akio Morita and Edwin M. Reingold
- One trickle of tears: Don't give up darling - Aug 18, 2015 by Mitsuko Kodaira
- The Complete Book of Japanese Cooking - Apr 9, 2014 by Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz and Mitsuko Endo
- Exploring Music Contents: 7th International Symposium, CMMR 2010, Málaga, Spain, June 21-24, 2010. Revised Papers... - Nov 1, 2011 by Solvi Ystad and Mitsuko Aramaki
- Education and Disadvantaged Children and Young People (Education as a Humanitarian Response) - Oct 10, 2013 by Mitsuko Matsumoto and Colin Brock
Movies about Mitsuko:
- Mozart - Great Piano Concertos, Volume One / Vladimir Ashkenazy, Mitsuko Uchida, Homero Francesch2005 NR
- Zubin Metha Meets Mitsuko Uchida2002 NR
- Mozart in Japan-With Mitsuko Uchida2014
- Mitsuko Nakamura - Mitsuko Nakamura Special Concert 2013 [Japan DVD] KIBM-410 Unrated
- Mitsuko Delivers Unrated
- Mitsuko Horie - Mitsuko Horie Tv Theme Song Collection (2DVDS) [Japan LTD DVD] COBC-6428 Unrated
- Japanese Movie - Hara Ga Kore Nande (Mitsuko Delivers) [Japan DVD] PCBE-54059 Unrated
- Karaoke - King DVD Karaoke Hot 4 Nakamura Mitsuko [Japan DVD] KIBK-3036 Unrated
- Karaoke - DVD Karaoke Zenkyokushu Best 8 Nakamura Mitsuko [Japan DVD] KIBK-6013 Unrated
- Amor En Llamas (Import Movie) (European Format - Zone 2) (2008) Kinuyo Tanaka; Ichiro Sugay; Mitsuko Mito;1949
Wiki information Mitsuko:
- Mitsuko Uchida
- Classical Artist, Topic, Person, Musician, Topic, Award Winner, Identity, Award Nominee, Musical Artist,
Dame Mitsuko Uchida, DBE, born 20 December 1948, is a Japanese naturalised-British classical pianist. She has appeared with most of the world's foremost orchestras, recorded a wide repertory with major labels, won numerous awards and honours, and...
- Mitsuko Horie
- Actor, TV Actor, Topic, Musical Artist, Musician, Person, Film actor
Mitsuko Horie is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She has voiced several characters throughout her career, such as Sailor Galaxia in Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars and Remi in the Nippon Animation World Masterpiece Theater series Remi, Nobody's Girl....
- Mitsuko Baisho
- Actor, Award Nominee, Award Winner, Person, TV Actor, Film actor
Mitsuko Baisho is a Japanese actress, whose most internationally known work has been for director Shohei Imamura, from 1979 up to the director's final film in 2002. Baisho has also appeared in films of Akira Kurosawa. She won awards for best actress...
- Mitsuko Mori
- Actor, Film actor, Person, Musical Artist, Award Winner, Award Nominee, Deceased Person, Topic
Mitsuko Mori, real name Mitsu Murakami, was a Japanese actress. In May 2009, she became the first actor in Japan to have performed the stage play Hōrōki 2,000 times. She was born in Kyoto, Japan. On May 11, 2009, Takeo Kawamura announced that Mori...
- Mitsuko Kusabue
- Actor, Film actor, Person, TV Actor, Topic
Mitsuko Kusabue is a Japanese actress.
- Mitsuko Delivers
- Comedy, Film, Topic
Mitsuko Delivers is a 2011 Japanese comedy film directed by Yuya Ishii.
- Retail, Employer, Business Operation, Organization
Mitsukoshi, Ltd. is an international department store chain with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. It is a subsidiary of Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, which also owns the Isetan department store chain.
- Mitsuko Souma
- Film character, Fictional Character, Book Character
- Mitsuko Aoyama
- Person, Deceased Person, Noble person
Mitsuko, Countess of Coudenhove-Kalergi, formerly known as Mitsu Aoyama, was one of the first Japanese people to emigrate to Europe, after becoming the wife of an Austrian diplomat, Heinrich von Coudenhove-Kalergi, in Tokyo. She was the mother of...
- Mitsuko Mito
- Actor, Topic, Person, Deceased Person, Film actor
Mitsuko Mito was a Japanese actress. She appeared in more than 50 films between 1935 and 1973.